The Riverwalk Wabash Plaza was designed by Ross Barney Architects that located in Chicago, United States is a $20million development giving city dwellers and tourists the opportunity to enjoy the Chicago riverside. The Riverwalk has been formed over the past seven years along the banks of the Chicago River, although plans for the beautification of the area of the river have been established since 1909. Paris and the Seine alley has been used as a model for the recreation area and the western extension of State Street will open in the coming months. In Paris, the Seine by the term is used by cyclists and walkers, and an innovative, like a beach town in August for those who can not get away from the city to bask in the sun.
In Chicago, there may be little visit on the path to convert to a beach, but it has many other uses, offering a peaceful multi-purpose space for office workers escaping from the workplace at lunch, and somewhere for tourists seeking a quiet minute or two away from other attractions. A central element of the memorial project is a $ 3 million names of soldiers killed in Illinois by the conflict in Vietnam. Cut into the limestone and preceded by water fountains, the memorial offers a green refuge from the bustle of the city and a place for reflection.
The walkway along the river Wabash Avenue Bridge in downtown. When the gateway is running under the bridge at Michigan Avenue, there is a reflective metal composition ‘Overhead shingles that protect walkers and joggers passing under the bridge of the possibility of debris falling from above while artistically reflect the following activities below. Using the river as an industrial canal decreased over time, and it is more commercial traffic there was in the past, but the use of recreation area on the bank has been warmly welcomed by the population of the city. It is also thought to have plans to form a 50 ft. wide public park beside the bridge which will extend the use of public space.